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1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Serial Number 20969

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Lead photograph of 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Serial Number 20969

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   308 GTB
Year   1977 Serial #   20969
Engine #    VIN   F106AB*20969*
Engine Type   F 106 AE Chassis Type   F 106 A
Build Sequence #    Number Built   2185
Body Type   SCCA GT-2 Body Builder   Scaglietti-Carpenter
First Owner   Gray Current Owner   Ferraris-online.com
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB s/n 20969. Lightweight Ferrari racer. Race prepared by Jim Carpenter to SCCA GT–2 and IMSA GT–2 rules. Still SCCA GT–2 legal and competitive today. Full NASCAR style roll cage and 288 GTO style body panels, SPARCO seats and “on board” fire system. Four–piston calipers. Tube steel suspension. Pin-drive 288 GTO style 16″ wheels. P6 cams, Cosworth pistons, a light–weight valve train and polished and ported heads give strong and reliable performance. A great Ferrari club event car. A detailed list of all work done is available. Race sorted and “dialed in”. The least expensive Ferrari race car available, can be licensed for road use in some states.

History

S/n 20969. Full VIN F106AB*20969*. 1977 308 GTB. USA model. Now a 308 GTB SCCA GT–2 car.

1977, sold new by Luigi Chinetti Motors, Greenwich, CT to Norman Gray, New York, NY/USA.

1992, 6 June, driven and tested by M. Sheehan for Jim Carpenter at Grattan raceway at the Ferrari Club of America National meet, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Finished in Fly yellow with two red seats. A very well sorted, balanced and “neutral” race car.

1992, August, Competizione conversion offered in the Ferrari Market Letter by Jim Carpenter, Cable Productions, Tempe, AZ. SCCA GT–2 race car with SCCA log book and HSR log book. Full roll cage, fire system, pin–drive. 14 hours on 315 hp race–prepared motor.

1992, sold to Al Mohr, Mohr imports. Raced by Adam Mohr.

1993, 16 Jan. –13 Feb., for sale in FML by Mohr Imports, ground–up fabrication. Yellow with red interior. This car can compete in SCCA GT–2; IMSA GTU or SVRA. This is the most competitive and least expensive real Ferrari race car available at this price in today’s market. Licensed for road use in Arizona.

1993, sold to Bill Hubell.

1994, 23–30 Aug., FCA National meet, Monterey, California, William Hubell.

2005, 07 Mar., with Steve Maman, Quebec, Canada. As per Steve, when we received the car it was very nice. We took the complete car apart down to the frame. We refinished the complete frame and rebuilt everything on the car.

2007, sold to Haligowski, San Diego.

To M. Sheehan, Ferraris-online,com.

2008, September, for sale by Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.